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Destination: Bwindi National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park
NB: The Discounted students safari offer goes for a minimum of 5 students - 5 Pax
Day 1: Transfer from Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National park.
In the morning after breakfast, you will be picked from the hotel by the guide/driver, and set off to Queen Elizabeth National park through a remarkable game drive enroute. You will also go for a boat cruise along the Kazinga channel, where you will have an opportunity to see a variety of birds such as the king fisher, herons, blue turaco and many more. You will also see game as hippos, crocodiles, buffalos, elephants as they bask along the channel banks. Dinner and overnight at either Mweya Safari Lodge / Enganzi Lodge.
Day 2: Boat ride and Transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park
Early morning after breakfast, you will go a game drive around the park where you will see the elephants, Impalas, Uganda kobs among others. After the breath-taking game encounter, we depart for Bwindi impenetrable forests Home to the rare Mountain gorillas after a five hour drive through villages, towns, highlands, and grazing lands south west we get to Bwindi impenetrable forest. The scenic drive takes you through the area famed to be the Switzerland of Africa. Dinner and overnight stay at Gorilla Safari Lodge/ Gorilla Mist Camp / Bakiga Lodge.
Day 3: Gorilla tracking and Cultural walk.
Have breakfast at the lodge and you will transfer to the park headquarters for briefing from the Park rangers about the dos and don’ts while with the Gorillas, before embarking on the memorable activity of tracking the amazing apes. Trekking gorillas will take you through thick vegetation and the ease of finding the Gorillas will depend on the movement of the animals with in their natural habitat. A maximum of one hour will be allowed with the Gorillas for phographing and observation. Later descend to your Lodge for late Lunch. In the evening, if interested, you may go for cultural walk to nearby communities, where you will be entertained by the Batwa (Pygmies) Community, and learn more about their Unique history. Dinner and overnight at your previous lodge.
Day 4: Transfer back to Kampala.
In the morning after your breakfast, you will enjoy a boat ride along the lake and rotate around the many islands on the lake and have a scenic view of the well terraced hills around the lake. Thereafter we head back to Kampala with enroute stop at the Equator for photographs, Mapmbire drum makers, arrive in Kampala by late evening.
END OF TOUR!